Philosophy and Life Pearls

Why don't I write more?

Maybe I don't write because I'm afraid to challenge the validity of my beliefs. Often, in writing, I find flaws in my reasoning.

So I avoid it entirely. I hide my irrationality from myself. Maybe that is why others don't write. They find their scripts not only aesthetically distasteful (ungrammatical and drole) but also illogical. They wake up the next day and ask, "who wrote this nonsensical drivel?"

Me? No. I dare not pick up the quill.

over 6 years ago on September 5 at 12:15 am by Joseph Perla in life, writing


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Howdy, they call me Joseph Perla. I studied western philosophy at Princeton University. I read the Tao te Ching. The state of California licensed me as an EMT. How does one live the good life? Why is the world the way it is? What is learning? What is consciousness?

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